Health 15 April 2022

RS Bunda Group Services During Ramadan

In Ramadan, our bodies are often not ready to change our diet, and this causes several health symptoms that can interfere with our health. That's why it's essential to check your health after the fasting period.

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Health examinations should be carried out thoroughly on the body. In this month of Ramadan, Bunda Hospital Group continues to serve patients as usual. That way, you can still get adequate health services.

Health Conditions Affected by Ramadan

When fasting, one of the things we must pay attention to is health conditions. Never force yourself to fast if your conditions do not allow it; here are some health conditions that can be affected while fasting.

1. Headache

Headaches are expected when the body experiences a lack of nutrients. In Ramadan, headaches can occur due to a lack of sugar supply in the body while activities continue as usual.

2. Low Blood Sugar

Due to lack of food intake, you can experience low blood sugar, characterized by lethargy, dizziness, tired quickly, poor concentration, easy sweating, and headaches.

3. Low Blood Pressure

Same as low blood sugar. A lack of intake also causes low blood pressure, but the activity continues. Low blood pressure is characterized by excessive sweating, feeling weak, tired, lethargic, no energy, dizziness, especially when getting up from a sitting position, pale, and feeling like passing out.

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4. Dehydration

When fasting, you will also spend much time without drinking at all. It is very easy to trigger dehydration which, of course, can interfere with overall health conditions. It is essential to rehydrate during iftar by consuming plenty of fluids.

5. Digestive Disorders

Indigestion in Ramadan usually occurs because the nutrients in the food consumed are not appropriate. Therefore, digestive problems such as diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, and intestinal cramps arise.

6. Vertigo

Vertigo usually lasts for several months. When you are fasting, sometimes vertigo can recur because you don't eat or drink anything at a specific time. To prevent vertigo relapse while fasting, you must maintain a healthy diet and sleep and regular exercise exercises such as yoga and Pilates.

7. Nervous System Disorder

During fasting, some unexpected disturbances can occur, such as nervous system disorders. Bunda Hospital Group provides complete health facilities that serve nervous disorders even in Ramadan. The team of specialist doctors, modern brain imaging technology, and medical intervention by DSA are always on standby for various cases of brain and blood vessel disorders.

8. Heart

Heart and blood pressure are sometimes disturbed due to fasting, so there is nothing wrong if you want to check your body with the doctor first to keep the body in top condition. Bunda Heart Center at RSU Bunda Jakarta is ready to receive your heart complaints in the month of Ramadan as well. The cath lab unit can handle patients who need cardiac vascular intervention for life-saving measures.

Bunda Hospital Group Emergency Units are Ready to Serve

Bunda Hospital Group continues to operate as usual during Ramadan, especially RS Bunda in the Jakarta, Padang, Citra Harapan Bekasi, and Margonda branches. Each unit is always ready as usual and ready to serve whenever you need our services.

In addition, if the patient requires cardiac intervention at the Heart Center of RS Bunda Jakarta, then we can use the Medevac (Medical Evacuation) facility for fast and safe medical transportation accompanied by medical staff. We always provide the best facilities for patients so that their health can recover.

Providing superior health services with professional health workers is one of the most important parts of Bunda Hospital Group, which is ready to provide services during Ramadan.

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